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HUNGARY-VOTE/
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April 03, 2014
File photo of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban delvering a speech during the opening ceremony of...
CEGLED, Hungary
File photo of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban
File photo of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban delvering a speech during the opening ceremony of the swimming pool in Cegled, 80km east of Budapest, March18, 2014. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban looks likely to win a second term in parliamentary elections on April 6, 2014 , but the far-right Jobbik party is on course for a strong showing. Orban, 50, portrays himself as a champion of national sovereignty and has implemented policies that have hurt banks and many foreign-owned businesses. He says the measures, including a nationalisation of $14 billion in private pension assets, were needed to stabilise Hungary's shaky finances and prevent a Greek-style collapse. However, many Hungarians, especially in the poorer north-east, feel the past four years have not brought any improvement in quality of life, or jobs, aside from public works programmes. TO GO WITH PREVIEW HUNGARY-VOTE/ REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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